A Federal Reserve Board policy that freed financial institutions to lend to affiliates during the crisis was allowed to expire on Friday.

The Fed in September 2008 allowed a blanket exception to the 23A provision of the Federal Reserve Act, which bars several affiliate transactions, to support the then-struggling tri-party repo market. It extended the waiver in January.

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